Children Cannot Talk After MMR Immunization, Does It Matter?
I want to ask. 3 weeks ago my child was immunized by MMR and after the immunization, my child had a high fever, flu and cough for 4 days. After that I felt there was a change in him. say papa, mama, brother and grandmother and after 1 month of immunization he can no longer say the word papa, maq, etc … are there no side effects such as autism due to the immunization?
MMR vaccination is a vaccination given to prevent measles, mumps and rubella viruses. This vaccine is given at the age of 15 months and age 5 years. The vaccine itself is given by giving a weakened virus to cause immunity to fight the three diseases mentioned.
The risk of vaccine side effects can arise to anyone, although not always every vaccine can cause side effects and also differ in each individual. Vaccines are not given or postponed if they have a history of immune system disease, are on certain medications, are suffering from tuberculosis, have just received another vaccine in the past 1 month or the child's condition is not healthy such as coughing or runny nose. Side effects that arise alone such as pain at the site of injection, rashes on the skin, fever, allergic reactions or more severe are severe allergic reactions.
Whereas regarding MMR vaccine causes autism itself through in further research it was found that MMR vaccine is not safe to use and does not cause autism, where autism itself is more due to genetic factors. For this reason, if the complaints on your child settle, it is necessary to do a direct examination on the pediatrician to find out the condition and get further treatment. If the child becomes inactive the condition can be triggered by many things then it is necessary to continuously monitor and stimulate the child to want to be active again and so on and keep checking the child's growth and development whether it is according to age.
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